Tarbert GAA

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Tarbert GAA
Founded: 1899
County: Kerry
Colours: Red and Black
Grounds: Tarbert
Coordinates: 52°34′17.27″N 9°22′23.63″W / 52.5714639°N 9.3732306°W / 52.5714639; -9.3732306Coordinates: 52°34′17.27″N 9°22′23.63″W / 52.5714639°N 9.3732306°W / 52.5714639; -9.3732306
Playing kits
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Tarbert are a Gaelic Athletic Association Gaelic football club in Tarbert, County Kerry, Ireland. They play in the Kerry Junior Championship, Div 2 County League and Div 1 North Kerry Championship.


The club was founded on Sunday 30 July 1899 when Tarbert and Ballylongford began their great rivalry that was to extend well into the twentieth century. Tarbert has a long and proud record in under age competitions which are recorded in great detail in a book which was compiled by Tarbert Bord Na nÓg. This publication which is entitled Tarbert G.A.A. A Century of the Red and Black. Won 2010 North Kerry Championship in an epic replay against Listowel Emmets. Winning by only one point with a goal coming in added time in extra time.

All Ireland Medal Winners[edit]

  • Senior
    • Jim Wren
    • Tom O Donnell
    • Shane Enright
  • Junior
    • Thomas O Donnell
    • Mickie McElligott
    • Mickie Buckley
  • Under 21
    • Gerald O Sullivan
    • Tommy Bridgeman
    • Shane Enright

  • Minor
    • Gerald O Sullivan
    • Michael Wren
    • Mickie Buckley
    • Denis Dillane
    • Kieran O Connor
    • Fr. Tommy O Hanlon
    • Fintan Scannell
    • Tommy Bridgeman

Notable Players[edit]

Roll of honour[edit]


  1. ^ Kerry Reporter, Saturday, May 02, 1931; Page: 8

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